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Applying to do Medicine is tough at the best of times but during this period of uncertainty and limited opportunity it is even more difficult. What can you do to prepare for your application at this time? Tim Paget, Academic Lead for Admissions for Sunderland School of Medicine, explains.
Medicine is a challenging but highly-rewarding subject to study at university. A passion for the sciences, a willingness to help people and a commitment to learn are just some of the things you will need to succeed... but you know all that. So let’s cut to the chase. Why should you study Medicine at Sunderland?
Our healthcare students and graduates are achieving great things already, so early on in their careers, and you may also be deciding to join the next generation of key workers. Given the present situation regarding social distancing, we have had to adapt to moving interviews online. We recognise this may be daunting for you as an applicant; therefore we want to put you at ease as much as possible.
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